E Fun, a designer and marketer of mobile lifestyle products has introduced its first product in its new line-up of fitness wearables under the name, NextOne. The device will be showcased at the CES event happening in Las Vegas, Nevada tonight.
The NextOne is a wristband pedometer which can track your steps; distance travelled, as well as how many calories burned. It can also measure the quality of sleep you have been getting over the period. It touts the ability to monitor the heart rate, which will allow you to track your heart health over the day’s time.
The device features a removable 1.5-inch long OLED touchscreen display and the IP54 resistant silicon swappable wristbands, which will be available in four colors, black, cobalt, red, and grey, making it functional and fashionable. It packs 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. It supports wireless connectivity with smartphones via the Bluetooth 4.0, which will allow wristband to receive notifications for calls and alerts on the OLED screen of the device.
You can also use the silent smart alarm functionality of the device, which uses vibration to wake gently up users without ever bothering their partner/roommate. Additionally, it uses data from the current night of sleep to wake the user up at the optimal time in their sleep cycle, leaving him, or her feeling refreshed each morning.
It can continuously monitor heart rate as well as various activities like sleep. The user can customize the profiles as well as set goals for calories, distance travelled, etc. It is powered by a 50mAh battery, which would give a standby time of up to seven days.
The E Fun Wristband pedometer will cost you only $69.99, and it would be available to purchase in March this year.